Use this script to upgrade the Quality Management application.
PurposeThe qm_upgrade script upgrades all releases of Quality Management application version 6 and later to version 7.0.3. Although the script file is located under the upgrade/qm directory, it must be run from the QM_7.0.3_install_dir/server directory. Also if your path contains spaces, ensure that you enclose the path name in double quotation marks. Enter [E] to execute the command, [S] to skip a step, or hit [Enter] to cancel the script execution.
As an alternative to running the script and all its command-line arguments, you can open the script's parameters file, modify the default values, and run an abbreviated form of the command line.
The English and translated versions of the qm_params files are located in the QM_7.0.3_install_dir/server/upgrade/qm/params directory. Open qm_params or a translated version of it for editing and specify values for each parameter. One of the parameters that must be set is the path to the OLD_APPLICATION_HOME directory. This must be an existing directory ended by server/conf.
- Step 0: Runs the -migration_qm_updateConfigurationFiles command that updates the server configuration files. After the configuration files are merged successfully, enter [C] to continue. An editor opens in which you can verify the Jazz® Team Server and the Quality Management application teamserver.properties files. Verify that the Public URI root denoted by the com.ibm.team.repository.server.webapp.url property is correct. Also verify that the database properties are correct. When done, save your changes, if any, and close the editor to continue the script execution.
- Step 1: Adds tables to the QM repository database.
|Full path to the old Quality Management application server configuration directory. The path must not contain any spaces. In a typical installation, this path is old_QM_install_dir/server/conf.
|The QM application context root. Must be valid directory single name without a leading slash.
|The QM version that is being upgraded. By default, this is determined by running repotools -version against the old application. It should be a complete version string. For example, 6.0.0 or 126.96.36.199.
|By default, this option is set to yes to update the Tomcat configuration files when migrating to IBM® WebSphere® Liberty.
|Path to the Quality Management application configuration directory of the 7.0.3 installation.
For example, QM_7.0.3_install_dir/server/conf
|Path to the Jazz Team Server configuration directory of the 7.0.3 installation. By default, the -newJTSHome parameter value is derived from the -newApplicationHome parameter value.
|Context root of the 7.0.3 Jazz Team Server. Must be valid directory single name without a leading slash.
|Do not prompt before creating or modifying the tables. The only valid values are empty or -noPrompt.
|Do not prompt when resuming an upgrade step.
|Do not perform teamserver.properties file verification. The only valid values are empty or -noVerify.
|Do not prompt before executing a step.
|The -noEditor parameter eliminates opening an editor during the execution of the upgrade script to review or modify the teamserver.properties file. The -noEditor parameter in conjunction with -noStepPrompt, -noVerify, -noResumePrompt, and -noPrompt parameters can be used for a fully automated upgrade script without any user interactions. If you need to review or modify the teamserver.properties file during the upgrade, such as in a WebSphere Liberty environment where the index location might be relative to the profile directory, do not use this parameter.
|Full path to the Tomcat root directory in the old installation. Must be an existing directory. By default, the -oldTomcatHome parameter is derived from the -oldApplicationHome parameter value.
Open a command prompt and enter this command:
cd C:\Program Files\IBM\JazzTeamServer_7.0.3\Server\
upgrade\qm\qm_upgrade.bat -oldApplicationHome old_QM_install_dir\server\conf
Open a command line and enter this command:
./upgrade/qm/qm_upgrade.sh -oldApplicationHome old_QM_install_dir/server/conf